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Goblin Squad Member. Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Deluxe Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Maps, Pathfinder Legends Subscriber, Tales Subscriber. 8,663 posts (9,831 including aliases). 14 reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 10 aliases.



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I have this preordered with a case and the latter shows as expected in August, whereas this is showing an expected September shipment.

Do you have any more up-to-date estimate of when it's likely to be available?


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I've been trying to locate a second printing of the Player's Handbook for ease of access to the errata. However, all the copies I can physically find in Australia are first printings and online retailers haven't been able to guarantee which printing I'll get if I order through them.

If there's anyone who is able to locate a second printing and would be willing to grab a couple of copies and post them to me here (in Australia), I'd greatly appreciate it. I can fix you up ahead of time for whatever it's going to cost via paypal, bank transfer or paizo.com gift certificates - whatever would suit you best. Happy to add a handling fee as well.


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Quests of Doom 2 Preorder


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Chilling Gaze is a sixth level warlock/wizard spell (p31 of Book of Lost Spells, by Frog God Games). It has no material component cost, casting time of one action and a duration of concentration up to one minute. It's effect is as follows:

Quote:

Your eyes become cold and frosty. For the duration of this spell, whenever a creature starts it turn within thirty feet of you, you can force it to make a Constitution saving throw. The creature must be able to see your eyes and you must be able to see it. If the saving throw fails, the creature takes 2d10 cold damage and becomes paralysed by supernatural chills. The paralysis lasts 2d4 days; this decreases to 1 day if the victim is warmed by a dwelling, bundled in furs, etc. The paralysis can also be ended by magic capable of removing paralysis.

Creatures that are resistant to or immune to cold damage are not paralysed by the spell.

There's a couple of issues I see:

Firstly, the power (paralysed for 2d4 days on one failed save) is much higher than other sixth level spells. I think I'd like to drop it to paralysed with a save every round to shake it off. (I'd also insert a clause that after saving once you would be immune to this specific casting of the spell).

Second, it seems to break 5E's action economy. Attacking on every opponent's turn seems a little too much. I'm thinking of requiring the use of the caster's reaction, so it will affect at most one target per round.

Any thoughts?


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Hi Paizo CS people

Im trying to order this book. I'm hoping to buy it and ship it on its own, as soon as possible. However, the only shipping option I'm getting is USPS priority (ie $53). Is there a reason for this or has it perhaps been entered as bigger than it really is?

If it has to go priority, I may as well sidecart it. I'd quite like to treat it separately though, if at all possible.

Cheers
Steve


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Hi Paizo

Is there a reason I can only ship this via USPS priority? I'd like to order it and ship it on it's own, but $53 for postage is a little steep. I wondered if it's shipping dimensions had been misentered or something. (Or is it bigger than I thought, perhaps?)


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Have there been any yet? From Paizo, 3PPs or anyone else?


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Sword Coast Adventurer's Guide.

I'm looking forward to this. It reads to me like the new class archetypes are tied pretty heavily to the world of Forgotten Realms - more like the prestige classes of old. Of course, there's not much more than an impression at the moment.


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Hi Paizo

I don't seem to be able to empty my shopping cart. Would you be able to send Trouble at Durbenford and The Bonegarden to my sidecart for me?

I'd like it if the rest of the items currently in my shopping cart could be deleted.

I thought it was a good idea to dump all the "possibles" there and sort through what I really wanted. Turns out it wasn't.

Cheers
Steve


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Hi Paizo people

I think I must be doing something dumb (again). I'm trying to buy a gift certificate for someone else with a paizo.com account. I've added it to my shopping cart and selected gift options but I can't seem to find where I'm supposed to tell you who the recipient is.

When I go to checkout I see:

step 1 - Shopping cart, which indicates it is a gift and that I should "click here if it isnt"

step 2 - Payment method. Again it declares this order is a gift but there's no way to say who it's for.

final step - Confirm your order. Here it tells me that when I place my order my card will be charged and the order complete. It shows gift options and 'gift messages displayed below' but, of course there's nothing there. Nor is there any recipient.

Do I have to finalise the order before I select a recipient? That seems very counter-intuitive to me.

Any clarification would be appreciated.

Cheers
Steve


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Hmm, the USPS priority shipping to Australia looks cheaper than I expected. Maybe the system has some screwy weight/size data for the case?


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I've got no idea how it's travelling, but it feels to me that the modules lack a certain enthusiasm in the community (the message board community, anyhow). I really like the new format, but I wonder if they've drifted a little close to becoming "an AP instalment with smaller appendices"?

I wondered if a clear, qualitative distinction could be made in the structure of the modules themselves and if this might increase their appeal by catering to a slightly different market segment. They seem to me to be on the railroad side of things - quite similar to the average AP chapter in structure: a place, a situation, a villain and a pretty clearly signposted "expected path to resolution". I'd like to see some more towards the sandbox end of the spectrum - a site based adventure with a setting, a villain, a plot-that-will-happen-if-you-don't-do-something but without the same part one...part two...part three...climax structure that they tend to adopt.

An AP is going to struggle to allow too much leeway, but it seems to me that a module would be a good place to try out a qualitatively different style of adventure.


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The 1st level wild magic surge class feature says the DM can have you roll a d20 after casting a non-cantrip with a 1 leading to some wild magic effects. Would you require this roll after every spell as DM? Do you think it's intended to be used sparingly?

Similarly with the 1st level tides of chaos feature (you can gain advantage once per long rest, unless you cast a spell and the DM makes you roll on the wild magic table, in which case you get another use). How often would you ask for the roll and "recharge" the power? (From every time to never). Would you let it recharge multiple times in one period between long rests? What do you think was intended?


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I liked that feature. Fingers crossed it's just a temporary absence..


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I know the second Cyclopean Depths book is imminent. Am I misremembering that there were going to be future expansion of RA as well (beyond the first 'subscription')?

Or was that just a possibility which isnt likely to happen in the near future?


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I generally set my adventures in Golarion and am hoping to run a Swords and Wizardry sandbox campaign soonish using Stoneheart Valley and then Sword of Air (with probable material from Rappan Athuk and Slumbering Tsar as well as the various adventures from Quests of Doom and their other one-off modules). The Sword of Air storyline would hopefully be the main focus though.

I've found myself vacillating about where I should set it - ranging from Varisia to Rural Taldor and several places in between. I'm not stressed about the geography - I'm happy to chop and change that around substantially. I'd appreciate any suggestions as to which cultures would be a good fit though - or which would provide an interesting backdrop.

Any thoughts would be appreciated (although 'Don't use Golarion - set it in the Lost Lands' is not an option for a few years).

Cheers.


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Hi Paizo people

I wonder if you could look into the above order for me? It has been pending for longer than I would have thought it would.

Cheers
Steve


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I've come to the view that the 'experience point budgets' of 5E are a little lightweight. Granted most of my experience is at the far end of the bellcurve (I'm currently running a 2PC game) but I have a feeling it would be worse with the more usual 4 PCs.

The two of them are now tenth level and they are routinely demolishing encounters which are "deadly" according to the DMG guidelines.

I'm converting a PF adventure and have occasionally found myself falling into the trap of relying too much on direct substitution (PF seems to me to assume a party-versus-one BBEG, whereas I think 5E works better with multiple foes). Nonetheless, even if I boost the number of enemies significantly beyond the experience point budgets suggested in the DMG, I seem to struggle to provide much of a martial challenge.

Has anyone else found the same?

I'm now habitually boosting the monsters' offensive abilities, just to provide an element of risk - nonetheless, I dont think they've ever really been at risk of defeat since around 2nd or 3rd level - the one exception was an encounter with a full-on Vampire. With such a small party, I steer clear of domination effects as a general rule - in that case though, they were hell-bent on attacking someone obviously superior to them, so I let the chips fall where they may (one of the PCs was dominated and subsequently written out of the campaign, the other fled).


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Hi Paizo

I wonder if you could cancel (most of) order #3554412 for me?

As I understand it, the Paladin deck is on its way to me (or will be shortly) but the others are on backorder. I would like to still get the Paladin deck, but to cancel the other decks thanks.

I'm sure theres reasons, but this order's timeframe has been something of a disappointment - they were listed as available when I ordered them. Presumably it's a distributor issue or something, but it's a little odd since I've been able to get them from elsewhere without anything like this delay. :/

Cheers
Steve


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Hi Paizo CS

I just received my subscription pre-auth email (#3565135) and there is no mention of the PF Battles promo figure. I mentioned this in the June shipping thread, but figured I'd list it here as well.

I also wanted to ask you about order #3573248 which has been pending since 19th May (I think). I was kind of expecting that to have shipped by now, or to automatically merge with my subscription order as it didnt seem to me that you'd be waiting on any of those items. Would someone mind having a look at that and pushing it out the door if it's ready to go? (I dont care if it ships separately or with this month's subscription items, but I'd like it to go sooner rather than later - if there is something holding it up (one of the PACG player mats, maybe?) then would you mind moving whatever it is to my sidecart and shipping out what's ready to go?

Finally, I wanted to touch base with you about order #3554412 (listed as pending since the 1st of May, but I think that was actually the last time you prodded it for me - from memory I ordered that back in December 2014). It seems a little odd that this hasnt shipped yet (I've ordered some of these from another site and they got them from a distributor with no trouble). Could you look into this one too? I dont really want to merge this with the subscription order (since I'm sure it's going to jinx whatever it touches) but I am keen to get these, once they are all in stock.

Thanks for your help. Hope that all makes sense.

Cheers
Steve


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Hi James, I presume.

I just got my copy of Lord Of Runes and I wanted to comment on the maps at the front - I presume the Inner Sea Map facing the "novel area map" is likely to be common going forward?

First off - I love the inclusion of a map in fantasy novels. It doesn't matter how eloquent the characters are during the story when they describe the geography, nothing beats turning to the front of the book and seeing the tower of doom, right there between the hidden temple and the village of woe.

I'm also a big fan of the inner sea map facing the more detailed area pertaining to the novel. Personally, I would have liked a little dashed outline on the world map, placing the restricted area within the world context, but that may look ugly with the single colour, line drawing style, I guess.

My big criticism is that the inner sea map looks so crowded and messy. I dare say it took several iterations and there's probably all sorts of constraints I'm clueless about. Nonetheless, I think it warrants a second attempt if it's going to feature in future novels - I know the inner sea really well and that map didn't jump out as familiar to me. Nor was it a pleasure to browse through looking for landmarks.

I do like the bigger format and presumably that's part of why an inner sea map is even possible. Nonetheless, I think the one in this book is just trying a little bit too hard.

Cheers


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There's a 3PP product out for 5E that uses that game's background concept and ties it to a PC's region of origin (rather than a more usual past profession). I'd like to go through the various Golarion nations and create 5E backgrounds for them and it occurred to me that there might be some value to someone in releasing it under the community use policy and making it publicly available.

That appears to be fine, as per the terms of the license, so I'm not really asking a legal question (unless it's not fine, I guess) but I wondered whether paizo would really prefer it to be used for PF-compatible games and supplements?

(I put this here instead of the 5E board as I have a similar thought with regard to 13th age and possibly numenera. Please move it to wherever it should be if you think this is the wrong place).


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Amongst the various threads where it's come up over the years, print on demand hasn't ever been ruled out (as far as I'm aware) but has generally been viewed as too costly, too much hassle or not good enough quality.

I wondered if anyone had looked at that recently? Given the move into POD in the card game, perhaps there's some infrastructure there to make it easier now to facilitate RPG titles as well. I'm aware of the "compete with ourself" argument against out of print items, but what about the PDF-only items like PFS scenarios (season at a time would be ideal for me) and most especially the player guides?

No longer getting hard copies of the AP player guides, in particular is a great loss, in my view. Handing those out to provide inspiration for character generation used to be a terrific prelude to starting an AP-based campaign.


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Would it be possible to add a new category to the PACG section of the store alongside accessories, class decks, etcetera labelled "Print on Demand Cards" with different listings for each errata deck, and so forth - even though they're going to link to another site?

I don't follow the blogs and message board chatter very closely and would like to know when "errata decks", cards for the various organised play seasons and so forth are available. The way I keep on top of that with your other product lines is via the respective product pages, where I look out for new preorders.

Alternately, maybe there is a list somewhere of currently available POD decks and soon to be released decks? There's a lot of value (to me, anyway) if that can be easily located on the paizo website. Presumably I can access such a list from wherever the cards are purchased from, but I have no idea how to do that (and given the infrequency of these releases, I'm no doubt going to forget every time anyhow).


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Hi paizo CS people

I've made a bit of a hash of ordering over the last few weeks and ended up with a few duplicate orders, by the look.

Could you please cancel one of the #4 origins special issues and one of the cloud giant castle maps?

Cheers
Steve


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I didnt want to derail another thread, but the way this is discussed has often confused me.

I've heard many people say that 5E "has no OGL" or similar (presumably, in contrast to 3.5). Am I right in my understanding that that is a misuse of terminology? As I understood things, nothing in the 3.5 core books was open game content and there wasnt a sense in which it was "released under the OGL" other than coming out at around the same time as the license did.

What 3.5 had (and PF has, for that matter) that 4E and 5E dont is a separate, standalone compatibility license (as required by the OGL - if you want to advertise your OGL product as compatible with another company's trademark).

Is my understanding correct? That people requesting "a 5E OGL" are actually looking for a compatibility license - and that the OGL is there and you can release OGL content for any game, provided you dont advertise your OGL work as compatible with said game?

I think the 4E GSL (or whatever it was) muddied the waters - it gave the impression that you need a new license with a new game. In reality, it was WotC's attempt to walk back the OGL and was intended to replace it functionally. When a new game comes out - there's no actual need for an OGL at all, since the one we have is irrevocable, courtesy of WotC.

I'd appreciate any comment from people-in-the-know. I'm not seeking any kind of legal advice, but I've begun to wonder if I've misunderstood things.


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So there hasn't been any firm announcement yet as to dates or other logistical details. However, they did announce last night that Rescue From Tyrkaven and Doom of the Sky Sword will be the first adventures to be converted to 5E.

My question is whether there'll be a hard copy option? Presumably not in the traditional sense (unless the two are bundled together, I suppose), but print on demand perhaps?


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Can anyone suggest any 3PP campaign settings within the following parameters:

  • Available in hard copy format
  • Western fantasy
  • Humanocentric
  • Minimal science fiction science/fantasy elements

System isn't important, but I'm not really interested in settings too far from "standard" western fantasy.


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Hi paizo

It seems to me that the confirmation email for the above order doesn't line up with the actual order in my order history.

I'm on my phone, so it's hard to check easily. However, the comics in particular seem screwy (I seem to be getting the wrong cover of issue two and to be missing one of the issue 3 covers)

My order history is a bit of a schmozzle though at the moment. Good luck to whoever draws the short straw working out what I'm supposed to be getting...

Cheers
Steve


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Hi Paizo people

I'm looking to buy the latest Wizkids D&D incentive figure plus the associated case, which I understand is a pre-requisite purchase.

However, the case is showing as unavailable. That seems odd, given the incentive is still in stock. Are you able to facilitate ordering of both of those for me? Or have I missed the boat, perhaps?

I wasnt sure who to direct this to - perhaps I should have posted in one of the product threads?

Cheers
Steve


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I havent been keeping close tabs on the game, so I'm not sure if I understand the promo situation correctly.

If I have a sub will I (eventually) get every promo released, barring those included with the miniature packs?


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Hi Paizo CS

I've recently restarted my player companion subscription (see the above order) with the hope it might be shipped as soon as possible.

There's a bunch of stuff sitting in my sidecart and I suspect that (given all the cancelling, preordering, recancelling, resubscribing and cancelling before reordering again...) your computer is going to have a mild mental breakdown when this reaches the top of the queue.

Would you be able to look through all of those items and ask the warehouse people to put whatever is ready to go in with the melee tactic toolbox? (I suspect there might be a second copy of the melee tactic toolbox, so if you could simultaneously cancel that one as well, I'd appreciate it).

Cheers
Steve
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Kingmaker was obviously a hit and it's been a fair while since it was out. I haven't been following the "what's next" speculation/hint threads of late. Any chance something like this is on the cards? Tying it to exploration of a new continent is an obvious direction to go, but I'm sure there are plenty of places in the inner sea where it could work.


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When I try and download tombs of golarion (and another PDF I can't remember) I get a message "Safari cannot download this file".

Anyone have any clues as to what that means? I've always just downloaded PDFs direct to my iPad before without any drama.


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I don't know if it's a big deal for most people or not, and I realise the issue of "moderating" reviews is an area you'd want to tread carefully. Nonetheless, it kind of irritates me when reviewers either get stuck into a book for past actions of the publisher (or because of issues with a different book) or when people "review" a book before it's even come out.

One of the great things about the flag system is one can feel like you've "done something" without getting into an argument with the other side. At the moment, the only way to comment on a review is to reply in the product thread, which is no doubt not an ideal reaction. I'd like to be able to flag a review as either "inappropriate" in some broad way, or as being made without reading the product (and therefore not a review at all, but rather a promotion or endorsement).

As an alternative, would it be possible to "lock" the ability to post reviews until the product exists?


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It's probably not terribly important, but this cover appears to be incorrectly priced.


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I wanted to ask whoever it might be who deals with this kind of thing (Liz?) whether you'd be able to get in the 5E spell cards that Gale Force Nine have released (or are about to release maybe).

Heres one example, there are several products in the line. I couldn't find them on the paizo store.

Are you likely to stock them in the nearish future? Im keen to get them relatively soon and would prefer to buy them here, but can look elsewhere if need be.


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I'm not sure if I'm just slow to notice, but the my subscriptions page looks revamped to me. I think it's considerably more user friendly, so thanks.

I had a couple of comments, in case there are still bugs that need finding:

  • There's a little s next to my upcoming Firesoul book, indicating its a subscription copy, but not next to the other subscription items due in March.
  • Theres a note at the top which reads "Subscription shipments shown here are estimates and may change based on product availability. To change the shipping options for your subscriptions, use your My Subscriptions page." which seems odd because I'm on the page its linking to.

If this is an old change I'm only just noticing, well carry on - some of us are just slow.
If nothing's changed and I'm just losing my mind, it's probably best not to mention it...


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Hi Paizo tech team.

I've just tried a few different ways of downloading the Escape From Old Korvosa PDF (AP#9). I tried from my downloads and also from the tab next to the product page (in case that was different in the eyes of the computer). I also tried both the individual chapter and the all-in-one-file versions. In all cases it hung - I clicked it once, clicked again after the mandatory ten seconds* and then clicked the "if it doesnt open automatically, click here" link.

Any chance someone can give it a prod and see if there's something other than user error causing this problem?

Cheers
Steve

*:
Just to satisfy my curiosity - why do we have to click the link once and then click it again once the file is done "personalising". Since it's always going to happen - is there any point making us click it the second time? Why not just follow one link and tell us to wait ten seconds while the watermark, etcetera is added?

Enquiring (and admittedly pretty lazy) minds want to know...


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Would anyone be able to recommend any adventure paths (or extended modules) by third party publishers?

I'm only interested in them if they are available in hardcopy.

I'm also open to any fantasy RPG system - I suspect Pathfinder will be the most numerous (hence posting it here) but if there's anything around for other systems, that would be interesting to hear too.

Thanks, in advance for any suggestions.


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Hi CS people

I'm doing a bit of price comparison and just added the upcoming D&D miniatures case + promo incentive to my shopping cart. However, it is offering me the choice to ship it Standard mail, which is presumably a glitch rather than a shift in international shipping policy.

Would you be able to look over that (and perhaps get the tech team to prod what needs prodding) so that I can get a bit of an estimate on what the actual cost will be? I'm hesitant to rely on the priority price estimate as the case has presumably had the wrong weight/size entered.

Given I'm picking this up as part of a group, I want to be able to let them know how much they'll be up for ahead of time.

Cheers
Steve


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Is there any chance you'll open a case or two and make some of these available as singles purchases?


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Hi Paizo people

I'm not sure if it's an issue or not, but my subscription shipment was split between two packages and the PFACG promo cards are listed in a different package to the adventure card deck.

It's probably no big deal, but ss they're generally packaged with the decks, I thought I'd mention it in case you were about to accidentally ship two copies.

Everything else seems as per normal.

Cheers
Steve


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In all the various "what's your favourite AP?" threads over the years, I've been struck by the fact that the ones I rate highest were the first few I read back when it was all new and exciting. Probably a case of becoming spoilt/jaded, I'd guess.

I still really like the recent ones (barring Iron Gods, which I think was done well but is not my cup of tea) but none have grabbed me the way those first few (Crimson Throne, Legacy of Fire and Rise of the Runelords) did.

Is that true for others? Are your favourites generally amongst the first few you read?


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Has there been any word from Erik (or Vic, maybe?) as to how this product line has been received and whether it's likely to persist?

Have sales lived up to expectations? Are we going to see a second series? Is the mooted subscription service through paizo.com going to materialise?

I tried this with some skepticism, but have really enjoyed listening to them on the way to and from work. I'm hoping there's more on the way.


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Dear Paizo Powers-That-Be*

I spoke to Katina for the first time today. Unbelievably, she was just as friendly and helpful as everyone else I've ever spoken to at Paizo.

Whatever the process is that you use to select customer service representatives, I'd recommend sticking with it.

Cheers
Steve

*:
Except for Cosmo, obviously.


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Has anyone given much thought to this? I'm looking for something quick and easy - currently I'm using "half the DC plus four" which seems to give me a ballpark decent figure.

I wondered if someone had worked out something a little more rigorously though.


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Suppose you had a fighter(4)/warlock(7)/wizard(5)/cleric/(4) - for the purposes of cantrip scaling what level would they be when casting warlock, wizard or cleric cantrips?

Would it change if they'd chosen the eldritch knight path as a fighter?

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